HBO's 'Luck' Suspends Using Horses After Third Death


HBO has temporarily suspended the use of horses during production on Season 2 of its drama Luck after a third horse was injured on the set and euthanized.

The incident occurred early Tuesday when one of the horses in the stable for the Dustin Hoffman/Nick Nolte horse racing drama suffered an accident while returning to the stall.

Dr. Gary Beck, a veterinarian from the California Horse Racing Board, was on hand and noted the horse was on her way back to the stall when she "reared, flipped over backwards, and struck her head on the ground." Read More...


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